|MassDEP-AdvisoryCommittee-BWSC-June262008-LNAPL - Steve Boynton|
Presentation to the MassDEP Waste Site Cleanup Advisory Committee on June 26, 2008. Boston, Massachusetts Steve Boynton, on behalf of the LSPA Technical Practices Subcommittee, presented a discussion of the LSPAâs efforts to update and amend how LNAPL (Light Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid) is addressed, through a two-part report. Part 1 was issued in 2005. Part 2, the subject of his presentation, is expected to be released on the LSPA website next week.
Keywords: LNAPL; Light Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid; MassDEP; Department of Environmental Protection; BWSC; Waste Site Cleanup; Advisory Committee; Massachusetts; LNAPL
|MassDEP_BWSCAC_11202008_LNAPL_Discussion - Ken Marra|
Presentation by Ken Marra on LNAPL at the November 20, 2008 meeting of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection's Waste Site Cleanup Advisory Committee.
Keywords: LNAPL; oil; petroleum; Massachusetts; Environmental Protection; MassDEP; DEP; Waste Site Cleanup; hazardous waste sites; advisory comittee
|MassDEP Waste Site Cleanup Advisory Committee - March 26, 2009 - Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection|
Proceedings of the March 26, 2009 meeting of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection's Waste Site Cleanup Advisory Committee. Topics for this meeting include NAPL/LNAPL, Significant Figures, Indoor Air/Vapor Intrusion and Analytical Methods.
Keywords: MassDEP, Environmental Protection, BWSC, Waste Site Cleanup, Massachusetts, 21E, vapor intrusion, significant figures, site assessment, risk assessment, NAPL, LNAPL, indoor air
|MassDEP Waste Site Cleanup Advisory Committee October 01 2009 - Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection|
Audio from the October 1, 2009 meeting of the MassDEP Waste Site Cleanup Advisory Committee. Topics covered include: Introduction and budget issues, eDEP and other operational priorities, Policy priorities, AUL compliance letter, Vapor Intrusion, CAM, LNAPL, AUL Guidance, Historic Fill and ASBESTOS-IN-SOIL.
Keywords: MassDEP; environmental protection; massachusetts; government; waste site cleanup; hazardous waste sites; cleanup; LNAPL; eDEP; budget; AUL; CAM; analytical methods; asbestos; historic fill; soil; vapor intrusion; pce; dry cleaners
|MassDEP Waste Site Cleanup Advisory Committee Meeting - March 28 2013 - MassDEP Bureau of Waste Site Cleanup|
Audio from the March 28, 2013 meeting of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection's Waste Site Cleanup Advisory Committee. AGENDA 9:30 Program Updates 10:00 Soil draft technical update 10:30 MCP Amendments Overview/Process/Outreach Specific Topics - NAPL/LNAPL - Source Control - Permits for Active Exposure Pathway Elimination Systems 12:00 Adjourn
Keywords: Massachusetts; Department of Environmental Protection; MassDEP; Waste Site Cleanup; BWSC; remediation; contaminated sites; contamination; remediation; 2013 Reg Reform; Regulatory Reform; LNAPL; soil; vapor intrusion; active systems; source control
|MassDEP BWSC Advisory Committee Meeting - Jan 26 2012 - MassDEP Bureau of Waste Site Cleanup|
Audio from the January 26, 2012 meeting of the MassDEP Waste Site Cleanup Advisory Committee. The meeting covered general updates (e.g., budget)and the BWSC efforts in the MassDEP Regulatory Reform Initiative, including discussion of potential regulation changes related to Activity and Use Limitations (AULs), Vapor Intrusion (VI), the Numerical Ranking System (NRS), Tier Classification (TC), Permits, Light Non-Aqueous Phase Liquids (LNAPL), and the Numerical Standards.
Keywords: MassDEP; regulations; Massachusetts Contingency Plan; MCP; Reg Reform; revisions; AULs; VI; vapor intrusion; permits; Tier Classification; NRS; Numerical Ranking System; standards; cleanup standards; waste site cleanup; remediation; LNAPL; Callahan; Ericson; Marra; Bettinger; Locke
|July 30, 2013 NAPL and Source Discussion - MassDEP Bureau of Waste Site Cleanup|
Discussion of Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid assessment and remediation, and Source elimination requirements proposed as part of the MCP Regulatory Reform. This discussion is a topic-specific meeting of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protections's Waste Site Cleanup Advisory Committee. July 30, 2013
Keywords: NAPL; LNAPL; DNAPL; source; source elimination; MCP; Massachusetts Contingency Plan; 310 CMR 40.0000; regulations; regulatory reform; cleanup; contamination; brownfields; sites; contaminated sites; disposal sites; hazardous waste sites; remediation; source control
|TPS TECH America - www.tpsthermal.com|
TPS TECH America website provide in-situ (in situ) thermal desorption treatment technologies (GTR and GTR+F) and ex-situ (ex situ) thermal desorption technologies (GTR-E) which present some of the fastest, most cost-effective, and advanced remediation options available. tpsthermal.com
Keywords: ISTD; ISTT; In Situ Thermal Desorption. In Situ Thermal Treatment; in-situ thermal desorption; in-situ thermal treatment; TPS; TPS America; TPS America; GTR; Burner; TPS Tek; TPS Americanologie; TPS Americanologies; NSR1; NSR City; NSR Industry; Terratherm; ERH; ISTD; TCH; TPS TECH America; McMillan Mcgee; TRS; Thermal remediation solutions; Jan Hamers; J. Hamers; Hatem Saadaoui; H. Saadaoui; Marten Kingmans; M. Kingmans; Marc van Cutsem; M. van Cutsem; Soil pollution; heating oil; fueloil leak; dry cleaning pollution; Soil remediation; Soil cleaning; soil washing; Thermal remediation; In situ remediation; Thermal desorption; Soil treatment; Thermal treatment; Floating layer; Underground water polluted; DNAPL; LNAPL; NAPL; In situ biological treatment; In situ physical treatment; In situ chemical treatment; Bioremediation; soil venting; Bioventing; Biodegradation; Soil vapor extraction; Soil containment NSR City; NSR Industry; NSR1; TPS America; TPS Americanologies; TPS Americanology